• December 2011

    Apple co-founder, Steve Wozniak's in the country. According to the Economic Times, the Woz landed in Bangalore this morning by invitation of the Young Presidents' Organisation, a network of executives from across the world. Though the YPO has been hush hush about his visit, he is slated to talk to CEOs who are a part of the YPO on innovation and technology, this Saturday morning. Both, the Woz and YPO have kept this trip top secret and he is slated to remain in Bangalore till the 4th of December.

  • December 2011

    BANGALORE: Apple co-founder and computer scientist Steve Wozniak (in pic) who launched the personal computing revolution with Steve Jobs in 1976 is in town to talk to young business leaders. The man behind the iconic Apple 1 and Apple 2 computers will deliver the keynote address at the Young Presidents' Organisation (YPO)'s South-Asian retreat 'Bombat Bangalore' on Friday. Wozniak, whose fortune is estimated at $100 million, will speak on an unspecified subject. Popular on the international speaking circuit, he reportedly charges upwards of $100,000 (Rs 50 lakh) per engagement.

  • November 2011

    Nov. 28 (Bloomberg) -- On April 1, 1976, Steve Jobs got together with Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne to draft a three- page contract that established Apple Computer Co. Next month, the contract, with the three founding partners’ signatures, hits the auction block in New York. Estimated to bring $100,000 to $150,000, the agreement is one of the highlights of Sotheby’s Dec. 13 books and manuscripts sale.

  • November 2011

    While much of the recent news has been dominated by the death of Apple Inc (AAPL) founder Steve Jobs, investors are starting to look at what the company’s future may be without its iconic leader. On the surface, Apple appears to be headed for a decline as it attempts to move forward without its visionary. As anyone who has been impressed by the business savvy that Jobs displayed will tell you, now is the wrong time to underestimate the computer giant. Is Apple a “buy”? Let’s take a look and decide.

  • November 2011

    If you think you’ve been an Apple fan for a long time you may want to compare your memories against CBS News gallery of Apple computers which dates all the way back to the beginning… including that beauty in the photo. Just check out the resolution on that baby.

  • November 2011

    YEREVAN. – The Apple Corporation co-founder Steve Wozniak, who is on two-day visit in Armenia has already managed to stand out with his subtle humor, broad character, and even scared the hotel staff.   The famous inventor with iWoz nickname moved with Segway for a long time in Yerevan’s Republic Square surprising the passers-by. Wozniak said in a meeting with IT representatives that he made tricks with hotel staff and scared them.

  • November 2011

    [ Video ] Сооснователь корпорации Apple Computer Стив Возняк, который прибыл в Армению с двухдневным визитом, уже успел продемонстрировать свой тонкий юмор, непринужденную манеру общения, а также не упустил случая хорошенько напугать персонал гостиницы Armenia Mariott.

  • November 2011

    Often times rumored sales numbers follow immediately on the heels of a popular smartphone launch. But recent numbers have been confirmed for the month of October which point to the possibility that the Apple iPhone 4S, a device that both Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak intended only as a bridge from the iPhone 4 to the iPhone 5, may break existing smartphone sales records in Europe, the UK and the US. Released on October 14 shortly after Apple CEO and co-founder Steve Jobs’ tragic demise, the device launch saw thousands of Apple devotees lining up outside retail outlets across the globe the day before the launch just to ensure they were one of the first to get the last Apple iDevice released under Jobs’ watch.

  • November 2011

    November 24, 2011, Times.am, Armenian News: “I'm doing the Turkey thing this Thanksgiving. Enjoy a peaceful day with those you love”, Steve Wozniak, Apple co-founder wrote on his Facebook wall. Thanksgiving Day is a holiday celebrated primarily in the United States and Canada. Thanksgiving is celebrated each year on the second Monday of October in Canada and on the fourth Thursday of November in the USA, Wikipedia informs.

  • November 2011

    What took place in Steve's final coversation with Bill Gates? How did the feud with Adobe begin? Don't miss these stories from biographer Walter Isaacson -- including several that go beyond the pages of his book. Walter Isaacson spent two years conducting more than 40 interviews with Steve Jobs for his biography. In the excerpt and videos below, Isaacson goes beyond the pages of his book to describe the deal he cut with Jobs to keep him involved in the project after the Apple leader vehemently rejected the original title. Also, hear about pranks he pulled with Steve Wozniak, what Jobs considered his greatest creation, what took place in his final conversation with Bill Gates, and much more.